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By Gael Paul on 29 October 2020
Understanding monetization of applications with 3rd-party IP cores

Understanding monetization of applications with 3rd-party IP cores

In addition to ready-to-use applications, the Accelize Distribution Platform enables monetization of IP cores. An Independent Software Vendor (ISV) can thus license an IP core from a 3rd-party IP Vendor (IPV). The IPV will then be compensated through a royalty of each sale of the application that contains its IP core. Read More

By Emys Dupire on 22 October 2020
RELEASE: DISTRIBUTION PLATFORM 2.6.2 NOW AVAILABLE

RELEASE: DISTRIBUTION PLATFORM 2.6.2 NOW AVAILABLE

The 2.6.2 Accelize Distribution Platform has been deployed. Highlights of this release include automatic tax management, a new checkout flow, finer-grained pricing for metered plans, and more flexible entitlement management. Read More

By Gael Paul on 12 July 2020
Accelize Distribution Platform for FPGA-Accelerated Software Optimized for Xilinx Live Video Streaming Appliances

Accelize Distribution Platform for FPGA-Accelerated Software Optimized for Xilinx Live Video Streaming Appliances

Accelize, a global SaaS provider, today announced its distribution platform for FPGA-accelerated software is optimized for video streaming workloads deployed on the Xilinx Real-Time Video Server Appliance reference architectures. Technology advances in block-chain and artificial intelligence and rising adoption of cloud-based solutions, as well as the impact of COVID-19, are driving explosive growth in video streaming. Industry experts expect the global online streaming services market to grow by $150 billion over the next four years. With this growth comes the need for expanded capacity and bandwidth and an increased sense of urgency to manage costs. Read More

By Gaetan Dufourcq on 11 May 2020
How to containerize an FPGA Application?

How to containerize an FPGA Application?

Done... Almost! After months of development & testing, your FPGA application is finally ready to be delivered to your customers. You will now encounter the usual deployment conundrum: user environment fragmentation. Every user will have its own, customized, execution environment with the different kernel, OS, libs…and your FPGA application needs to be compatible with all of them. Read More